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Bedrock Dedicated Server log chat to output/stdout

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    Platacats commented
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    It would also help with backups. TBH the help file expects you to be able to get a stdout but there is no way provided to us.

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    furdawg commented
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    I would also like to see some way to access logs.  Currently it seems that there is not even a flat log file available.  thx

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    XY0797 commented
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    We need a way to get the information sent by players in the game, then we can let robots use chat logs and "/say" commands to let players chat with each other in chat rooms. Imagine that you don't need to enter the game to talk to the players! How exciting it is!

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    GHosaPhat commented
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    I would like to see a chat log output somewhere, whether on the console, in a database, or even just a flat file. Somewhere that the information could be reviewed by the server admin(s) for any number of reasons.

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    sewHappyMC commented
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    This feature would allow for admins who might be hosting for a younger group monitor the chat to ensure no bullying is occurring. 

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    DuoToasty commented
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    This is absolutely essential. At the moment, there is no way to consume output from the console, say, in response to the `save query` command, as recommended by the documentation.

    The bug tracker team appears to have ignored requests to add logging, as it doesn't constitute an issue… but it's definitely an omission that prevents the software from being used as designed.